105 homes likely for former factory site
It’s still early days for the new Crest Nicholson site, Chantry Green at Harrietsham, but keen buyers can register now for all the latest news on prices.
The development, which has easy access to the A20 and M20, will be a mix of two and three-bedroom cottages and four-bedroom family homes. Prices are expected to range from £350,000 to £560,000.
Crest Nicholson says homes on the development will have traditional elevations combined with contemporary interiors and will be finished to a high specification.
A sales and marketing suite is opening this month and registering early with Crest Nicholson means that interested buyers can be first to know as the plots are released.
As well as the good local schools, the village hall offers craft afternoons, monthly roller discos and tennis clubs. Nearby pubs include the Roebuck Inn in West Street. For big shopping trips, Maidstone and Ashford are both easy to reach.
Other Crest Nicholson developments in the county include Green Oaks at Finberry, Ashford where prices range from £194,000 to £300,000. Be ready for happy summers ahead with a cracking little bungalow, just off the seafront at St Mary’s Bay.
The well kept two-bedroom detached property, at Taylor’s Lane, is priced at £215,000 with Ward & Partners.
There’s a lovely white gloss kitchen, a single garage and a very pleasant sunny garden.
St Mary’s Bay has a lovely sandy beach and some shops, with further shops at Dymchurch and New Romney.
For information ring the agent on 01797 350025 The site of a former garden furniture factory in Faversham is set for 105 new homes after a planning application was submitted.
The plot, in Graveney Road, has been gradually demolished over the last eight months after sitting derelict for more than seven years. Developer Bellway hopes to build 12 one-bedroom flats, 18 two-bedroom flats, four two-bedroom houses, 39 three-bedroom houses and 32 four-bedroom houses on the seven acres of brownfield land. There will be a scattering of open green spaces and numerous affordable homes on offer.
Early comments from neighbours support the plans, but raise concerns about traffic, parking and provision of infrastructure.
Managing director for Bellway’s Kent division, Chris Moore, said the company was looking forward to receiving feedback on its plans.
Swale Borough Council’s planning committee will make a decision whether the plans should be approved later on in the year.
Ring 01622 967000